The Federation Council plans to consider the law on taxes for self-employed 23 Nov

© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva in photobacteria of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation. Archival photoThe Federation Council plans to consider the law on taxes for self-employed 23 Nov© RIA Novosti / Grigory to Sysoeva the image Bank

The Federation Council plans to consider at the plenary meeting on 23 November, the law on taxes for self-employed people, reported RIA Novosti on Thursday the head of the social Committee of the Federation Council Valery Ryazansky.

«After the state Duma at plenary meeting on 23 November, we can consider legislation on the taxation for self-employed people», — said the Ryazan. According to him, «senators, of course, support this law.»

The state Duma on Thursday passed three laws on holding in 2019-2028 years in Moscow, the Moscow region and the Kaluga region and Tatarstan Republic of the experiment involving the introduction of a tax on professional income (NAPs) for the self-employed.

The new regime for self-employed people subject to the payment of tax on income from sales of goods, works, services, property rights to natural persons at the rate of 4%, individual entrepreneurs and legal entities — 6%. Those who had passed, personal income tax of 13% will not pay. When registering, the citizen needs to specify the region where they are operating, and if it is conducted in several regions, he has the right to choose which one to specify. However, the place of business cannot be changed once a year.

The mode of the NAPs will be able to move the citizens, whose income does not exceed 200 thousand rubles per month (2.4 million rubles a year) who do not have employer do not attract employees under labor contracts, income from property use. This introduces a prohibition on increasing rates of NAPs and reducing the size of revenues within 10 years of the experiment.

The deputies also passed a law that extends to 2019, the exemption from personal income tax and insurance contributions from payments and remuneration received by certain categories of self-employed people.

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